“Cloned food on your plate? by Florencia Daud. Published on AsiaGlobal Online - Hong Kong University (HKU).”
“International cooperation in the exchange of DNA data for forensic use: The European experience and the MERCOSUR challenges.”
“The Bioethics of COVID-19: Should Governments let the virus run its course? by Florencia Daud. Published on AsiaGlobal Online- Hong Kong University ( HKU).”
“Winning battles for women and their reproductive rights! We obtained that Federal Courts of Argentina enable fertility treatment emergency matters standing orders virtually through the electronic filing system under the exigent circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
BioJur organizes panel discussions to facilitate public understanding of current bioethical issues.
BioJur puts together the knowledge and experience of experts, professionals in government, the judiciary system, academia, and the private medicine sector regarding Ethics and Emerging Technologies.
BioJur organizes meetings with families that went through Fertility Treatments involving gamete and embryo donation and also with Single Mothers and Single Fathers by Choice and give them legal and psichological advise.
Florencia Marina Daud is a lawyer from the University of Buenos Aires specialized in Bioethics. She holds a Masters degree in International Relations from the University of Bologna and has studied Global Public Policy at the London School of Economics (LSE) as a Chevening Scholar. On 2017 she was part of the first cohort of fellows of the Asia Global Fellows Program at Hong Kong University (HKU) where she focused on bioethical issues in Asia.
Prior to that she was a 'stagiaire' at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg and a trainee at the Law Society of England and Wales in London.
In Argentina she worked at major law firm, Marval, O'Farrell & Mairal, and as an advisor to Congress members. She regularly writes articles about Law and Emerging Technologies and talks in panel discussions. She is fluent in Spanish, English and Italian.
BioJur is a Charitable Foundation dedicated to encourage public understanding of bioethical issues and to explore solutions to bioethical challenges in Argentina in order to improve people's lives.
We focus on research regarding the legal implications of the the use of Emerging Technologies.
Founded in 2018 by Mgr. Florencia Daud, through BioJur events and activities we seek to keep policy decision-makers, the media, and the general public informed and aware of important bioethical issues.
Such awareness is essential for making informed decisions and promoting public debate. It is through such debate that old practices and beliefs are challenged, and new social norms are formed. We also offer legal assitance in cases where argentinean law has legal vaccums regarding new technologies or to preserve civil society's rights.